Care for an extraordinary collection—launch an extraordinary career

by Jon Hetman, Director of External Relations & Communications
January 31, 2019

Care for an extraordinary collection—launch an extraordinary career

Dig Deeper Hort education

As a premier botanical institution and partner in the educational mission of Harvard University, the Arnold Arboretum offers horticultural training programs which go beyond teaching technical skills—they open pathways into the diverse work of public gardens and provide an exceptional foundation for building careers in plant-related fields. Through hands-on experience caring for our Living Collections, […]

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Arboretum Values: Collect, Share, Study, Steward

by William (Ned) Friedman, Director of the Arnold Arboretum
December 12, 2016

Arboretum Values: Collect, Share, Study, Steward

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As all of you who graciously read my Posts know, I truly love the Arnold Arboretum. It is a deeply important part of my life. That said, we are living in unsettling times, and I have been thinking hard about the interrelated questions, “what does the Arnold Arboretum stand for, and what does it mean to the […]

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Natural History Museum Data Portal

by Larissa Glasser, Library Assistant
November 30, 2016

Natural History Museum Data Portal

Natural History Museum Data Portal

Natural History Museum Data Portal The Natural History Museum [London, England] has developed its Data Portal, a one-stop access point for digital information about its 80 million natural history specimens. The Data Portal is open to anyone to browse, download and reuse the Museum’s collection data for their own research. that gives everyone in the […]

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Portrait of a 125-Year Friendship

by Larissa Glasser, Library Assistant
December 2, 2014

Portrait of a 125-Year Friendship

The Cambridge Plant & Garden Club recently celebrated its 125-year anniversary with a symposium held in the Weld Hill Research Building at The Arnold Arboretum. The CP&GC is the longest active women’s garden club in America, and has enjoyed a long history of partnering with the Arboretum. Club member and writer Annette LaMond provides a […]

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